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Volunteer

Over 100 individuals support Call to Safety by serving as volunteer advocates, administrative volunteers, development volunteers, and Board members.

Will you join us?

 

To find out more about volunteering with Call to Safety see the tabs below…

c700x420Most volunteers interested in direct service advocacy start out by answering our crisis line. All volunteer advocates must complete Call to Safety’s Basic Advocacy Training. If you are interested in being a Volunteer Crisis Line Advocate, please take a close look at the Direct Service Volunteer Opportunities, then contact Fawn, our Volunteer Coordinator: 503.232.4176 or fawn@calltosafety.org.

We are now accepting applications for the Fall 2016 training.

By becoming an Administrative Volunteer, you can join us in our work to ensure that Call to Safety continues to provide vital services to survivors and their loved ones.

Here are some ways Administrative Volunteers help out at Call to Safety:

  • Support the Cell Phone Project by picking up donations, preparing phones for distribution, and promoting cell phone drives.
  • Help keep our office clean and organized.
  • Help with data entry.

For more information, contact Allison Curtis at allison@calltosafety.org.

Our Development Volunteers support the financial well being of the organization by providing help with fundraising efforts. If you’re interested in getting involved with fundraising at Call to Safety, you can join the Development Committee.

A Development Volunteer might:

  • Help with the planning of our annual fundraising event, UNITE.
  • Assist in the planning of other fundraising events including house party fundraisers and benefit events.
  • Assist with organizing and preparing development materials including informational packets or mail appeals.
  • Serve as a Call to Safety volunteer representative at community fundraising events.
  • Assist in Call to Safety marketing efforts including participating in our agency utilizing online peer social networking sites, and more.

For more information, contact Allison Curtis, at allison@calltosafety.org.

Call to Safety

PO Box 42610, Portland, OR 97242

Business Line: 503-232-9751

Tax ID: 93-6094804

Fawn Livingston-Gray

(Advocacy Volunteer Coordinator)

fawn@pwcl.org   |   503.232.4176

Allison Curtis

(Administrative Volunteer Coordinator)

allison@pwcl.org   |   503.232-9751

“Volunteering with Call to Safety provided tangibility to my feminist values. It allowed me to feel like I was actively doing something to work towards creating the kind of community and world I want to see.”

— Call to Safety Volunteer
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